Philadelphia-based cancer center cutting jobs
Philadelphia Inquirer/Philadelphia Daily News, January 16, 2009
Philadellphia-based Fox Chase Cancer Center officials have started telling employees that it would eliminate 75 jobs. Michael V. Seiden, MD, president and chief executive officer of Fox Chase, said a recent survey showed that because of the recession 20% of patients are cutting back on healthcare and forgoing procedures and recommended follow-up care.
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